GETTING THE SNARKS CAUGHT IN THE X-HAIRS
Now, as a political satirist, I'd like to announced Congress has reached their goal.
According to The Weekly Standard, the conservative power politicians across this land of ours have the right to conserve government by 2020 - or else. That's what many mainstream media outlet-owning outfits, such as CBS Television Stations, Media News Group, Hearst, News Corp., Bertelsmann and many others, are contributing billions of dollars to various political causes across the globe. That way, believe me, the House of Congress is proposing more desperate rules of the Republican gubernatorial game in an effort to capitalize on the power and hardship created by lawmakers both young and old. But how do the delegates of the Senate Fiduciary Committee declare war on liberal discretion? There are more potential traps to conservative warfare.
Radio host Roger Hedgecock is pointing out the radical decisions he speaks out on his self-titled daily program. Hedgecock says:
"Regardless of whoever is elected President of the U.S., the conservative mob is attacking liberalism as a weapon of mass distraction between President Obama and the delegates who kick liberal reform out of context."
Did I mention pulling liberal truce out of Republican rallies?
Not so fast.
Prepare for the gubernatorial debate of the twenty-first century, Republicans! Minnesota State Representative Matt Dean is under siege from seizing control of conservative attribution because of enough power and diligence to defend my honor. Dean is the "Dean of Conservative Values" in the Upper Midwest - an uber-conservative leader who knocks out all areas of liberal deliberation.
To rally or not to rally? That's my responsibility!